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RBC celebrates 100th, donates to Hospital Foundation


The Weyburn Branch of RBC celebrated its 100th Anniversary on May 4, when RBC representatives presented Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation representatives with a cheque for $50,000 from RBC Foundation. The donation is in support of the WDHF's fundraising campaign to build a new hospital in Weyburn. Standing (l-r) Elise Stadler, Client Service Representative, Leo the Lion, RBC Mascot, Michael Dunne, Account Manager, Staci Bukowski, Account Manager, Tina Gall, Central Teller, Rodney Gill, Branch Manager, Ed Kaulbach, Regional Vice-President of RBC, Bernice Erickson of the Weyburn and District Hospital Foundation, Kim Thorson, Chairperson of WDHF, Adam Knight and Rose Kinash, also representing WDHF, Deb Procyk, RBC Account Manager Commercial Financial Services, Al York of WDHF and Carmen Sterling, RBC Client Service Representative. Kneeling in front, RBC staff (l-r) Peter Ryan, Mortgage Specialist, Shannon Carton, Client Service Representative, Kerrie Masley-Smith, Financial Planner, Terri Stadnek, Mortgage Specialist and Gail Hoff, Market Operations Support Officer.

RBC, through RBC Foundation, announced a $50,000 donation to the Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation to mark the 100th anniversary of its Weyburn Branch. RBC's donation is in support of the capital campaign to build a new hospital in Weyburn.

"Weyburn needs a new hospital. The present building is 60 years old," said Kim Thorson, Chairperson, Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation. "This generous contribution from RBC helps us move towards making a new hospital for Weyburn a reality, and ensuring ongoing quality health care for our community."

Being a part of Weyburn for 100 years is an important milestone that gives RBC ample reason to celebrate while extending a heartfelt thank you to the residents of Weyburn for their business.

"Our donation to this campaign will help serve the residents of Weyburn for generations to come, and is our way of saying thank you - for your past, present, and continued support. We are proud to play a role in helping to build a healthy future for our community," said Ed Kaulbach, RBC's Regional Vice President, Saskatchewan South. "I'd also like to thank the employees of RBC in Weyburn for reaching this impressive milestone. Their commitment to putting our clients and community first is key to our success."



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